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COMMUNITY

Movements in Pakistani Theatre

Feminist Theorist and English Professor Fawzia Afzal-Khan, in conversation with Drama Editor Neilesh Bose.
VOL. 1
INTERVIEW

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24 Sept 2020
Interview
Theater
Interview
Theater
Performance Art
South Asian Theater
Internationalist Solidarity
Parallel Theatre Movement
Realism
Non-Realist Plays
Sufism
Ajoka Theatre
Women Singers of Pakistan
Madeeha Gauhar
Women Democratic Front
Shahid Nadeem
Authenticity
Avant-Garde Form
Native Formats
Nationalism

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The work I started doing, like Sheherzade Goes West could be considered avant-garde in a certain way it did not conform to representational theatre even though I gave it a very self-ironizing subtitle - speaking out as a “Pakistani/American/wo/man, because I wanted the title itself to question certain ideas of self-representation

RECOMMENDED: A Critical State: The Role of Secular Alternative Theatre in Pakistan (Seagull Press, 2005) by Fawzia Afzal-Khan

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